Top 10 Parks and Nature Attractions in Greater Manchester
We are surrounded by many beautiful things in nature, and in Manchester especially, there are a number of parks and nature attractions where you can explore this for yourself.
It is our duty as a community to protect our environment and there are many things that we can do to contribute to this. For example, here at Redbank House we can:
- Turn off electrical devices when they’re not in use
- Walk or cycle to work
- Recycle materials
- Use sensored lights in the corridors
- Be sufficient with printing
Sometimes, we look outside and we see a miserable rainy day and think, “typical”. However for others, listening to the rain can be quite therapeutic and helps them to relax.
On a brighter note, there’s so much that nature has to offer us in order to take in the natural goodness of our city. And the parks and nature attractions around Manchester help us to celebrate our lovely local sights of nature.
Here are our top 10 parks and nature attractions in Manchester:
- Platt Fields Park, Manchester
- Didsbury Park, Manchester
- Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester
- Parsonage Gardens, Manchester
- Prestwich Forest Park, Manchester
- Alexandra Park, Manchester
- Heaton Hall, Manchester
- Chorlton Park, Manchester
- Peel Park, Salford
- Worsley Village, Salford
All of the above are suitable to visit with family and friends, whether it is a stroll in the park, a place to admire the nature attractions, take some wonderful photography, or enjoy picnic/lunch in the area.
It’s also worth considering these seven local nature reserves listed on Wild About Manchester.
- Chorlton Water Park
- Blackley Forest
- Clayton Vale
- Chorlton Ees & Ivy Green
- Boggart Hole Clough
- Highfield Country Park
- Stenner Woods and Millgate Fields
To explore more of the nature and attractions in and around Manchester please go to the Visit Manchester website.